Question about Watches
I received my Stauer Atomic on Christmas Day. The tower symbol has always been ''solid'' since then. It has seemed to work correctly until yesterday.
Sometime yesterday the tower symbol disappeared. I may have lost the signal traveling through the Poconos. When I got home I followed the directions for seting the time.
I press the button for more than three seconds and the hands go to twelve. Then I press it again, and the hands find the correct time. The tower symbol flashes. However, after maybe 15 seconds the tower symbol again disappears.
My understanding is that the tower symbol should always be present. Any help you can give will be much appreciated.
These watches only need to see a signal several times a day, not necessarily continuously.
If it keeps good time, don't worry about it.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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